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The last looks like a less pointier version of the 804, perhaps in between the EG 82 and 202 lasts in terms of silhouette. Very nice find.

It's a beautiful last. Regret every day that I had my lazy man made on 804, as I think it turned out too long and pointy. It's not as heavy as 202 I think. Makes up great on a variety if models, like the ptb but also oxford full brogues.
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It's a beautiful last. Regret every day that I had my lazy man made on 804, as I think it turned out too long and pointy. It's not as heavy as 202 I think. Makes up great on a variety if models, like the ptb but also oxford full brogues.

What's your experience with sizing and fit relative to the 804 and 946?
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What's your experience with sizing and fit relative to the 804 and 946?
946 is difficult for me, as it curves in too fast for my feet.
I'd say the fit is very similar to the 804. A less pointed version.
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What's your experience with sizing and fit relative to the 804 and 946?
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946 is difficult for me, as it curves in too fast for my feet.
I'd say the fit is very similar to the 804. A less pointed version.
For what it's worth I go half size down for 804 last vs 946 last.
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It's a beautiful last. Regret every day that I had my lazy man made on 804, as I think it turned out too long and pointy. It's not as heavy as 202 I think. Makes up great on a variety if models, like the ptb but also oxford full brogues.
Could you post some pictures of your Lazyman in 804? What leather did you use on them?
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Could you post some pictures of your Lazyman in 804? What leather did you use on them?


Think there are some pics on previous pages. Used a Du Puy Bolet on them. Think the last and shape is popular, it just wasn't for me. 

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Think there are some pics on previous pages. Used a Du Puy Bolet on them. Think the last and shape is popular, it just wasn't for me. 

That looks awesome. That was actually the inspiration for the etrusco Lazyman GMTO. Is Du Poy Bolet same as Vitello Bolet?

What size did you get in 804? What would was it too tight on your pinky/toes?
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Gorgeous lazy man!

I wonder if the 3200MOD style can be done as a lazy man and without the pinking. Trying to picture that in Bolet on the 100556 last.
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That looks awesome. That was actually the inspiration for the etrusco Lazyman GMTO. Is Du Poy Bolet same as Vitello Bolet?

What size did you get in 804? What would was it too tight on your pinky/toes?


Pretty much the same, but I guess they have more tanneries that deliver the Bolet colour. Du Puy is a bit softer.


I got size 10. It was not too tight or anything, but I found it a bit too long and pointy, like G&G DG70. If you like that look I'm sure it's not an issue.

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946 is difficult for me, as it curves in too fast for my feet.
I'd say the fit is very similar to the 804. A less pointed version.

The same experience, I went with a wide width on 946.
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The same experience, I went with a wide width on 946.


I could probably have gone for a 10.5. Probably end up selling one of my favourite pairs with trees for 250€, and buying the half size up ;)

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I could probably have gone for a 10.5. Probably end up selling one of my favourite pairs with trees for 250€, and buying the half size up ;)


What last are those? I don't think I've seen a squared off Enzo last...

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What last are those? I don't think I've seen a squared off Enzo last...
946
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En route!

 

3540 mod, 946 last, vitello blue

 

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^^^ Awesome - congrats!

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